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How to clone a private BitBucket.org repository to cPanel?

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Currently, the cPanel interface does not work with private-repositories on bitbucket.org. Hence we recommend this workaround.

Create a password-less ssh-key from cPanel > Terminal by entering the following command
  cd ~/.ssh/
  ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "username@example"
In the above command, replace 'username' with cPanel's username, 'example' with domain-name. When prompted for a password press 'enter' twice without entering a password. 

Now display the generated public-key using the command
  cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
Copy and paste the displayed public-key into the bitbucket.org > Personal Settings > Security > SSH Keys

Then from cPanel > Terminal create a new file with the command
touch  ~.ssh/config  
 
 Now paste into it the following contents and save it. You can use your favorite editor to achieve this
 host bitbucket.org    
 HostName bitbucket.org   
 IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa  
 User git

From cPanel > Terminal set permissions for the new files
 chmod 600 ~/.ssh/config && chmod 400 ~/.ssh/id_rsa

We are ready to test the connection to bitbucket.org using key authentication by running the command at cPanel > Terminal
ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa -T git@bitbucket.org

If you get an error, please create a ticket for us to look into the issue, else enter the following command to clone the repository from cPanel > Terminal 
  git clone ssh://user@bitbucket.org/user/privaterepositoryname.git
Replace 'user' with bitbucket.org account's username and 'privaterepositoryname' with the repository name at bitbucket.org that you want to clone to cPanel

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